Youth Code Foundation
Empowering students across the globe
W H O WE ARE
Youth Code Foundation is an organization committed to empowering students across the globe. We mainly focus on inspiring younger students to pursue the growing field of computer science and now stem! We provide virtual courses in a variety of classes for all ages.
Python is geared towards young coders who have some experience with computer science principles. We offer Beginner classes and Advanced Classes, and we are bringing in new classes that use software such as PyGame.
Java is geared towards young coders who have some experience with computer science principles. We offer Beginner classes and Advanced Classes, and we are bringing in new courses such as Game Development and Mobile App Development.
Scratch is geared towards younger coders who want to learn more about the basics of computer science and have no prior experience.
Physics delves into the foundation of physics and is a great intro for students interested in this field. Our course will give students the basic knowledge that they will need in order to perform well in this class.
Biology is an intro-level science course studying the functions of living organisms. Our prep course is designed to create a basic understanding of biological concepts that students need to thrive in the class.
Chemistry is an intro-level science course that many students struggle with. Our prep course is designed to introduce the fundamental concepts necessary to succeed in the class.
Geometry is a branch of mathematics that deals with the study of shapes, sizes, positions, and dimensions of objects in space. Our prep course is designed to create a basic understanding of these concepts that students need in order to thrive in their classes.
ALGEBRA I & II
Algebra I/II is geared towards those who would like to review Algebra I concepts before entering Algebra II. The major concepts from Algebra I needed to succeed in Algebra II will be taught in this course.
R E G I S T E R
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